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Thu Jun 27, 2013, 12:24 PM

How Edward Snowden May Have Botched Blowing The Whistle On The World's Largest Spy Agency

Michael Kelley
22 minutes ago

... "I saw about 20 Russian officials, supposedly FSB agents in suits, crowding around somebody in a restricted area of the airport," Bychkova told Anna Nemtsova of Foreign Policy. "The Kremlin pretends they have nothing to do with him being stuck in Moscow, but in reality they're all over him" ...

“That stuff is gone,” a former senior U.S. intelligence official who served in Russia told The Washington Post. “I guarantee the Chinese intelligence service got their hands on that right away. If they imaged the hard drives and then returned them to him, well, then the Russians have that stuff now” ...

If that were the case, they said, China would no longer need or want to have Mr. Snowden remain in Hong Kong ...

In hindsight, this is probably the worst path around the world if you're an American carrying classified information with the intention of selectively leaking it.


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bunnies Jun 2013 #1

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Thu Jun 27, 2013, 12:35 PM

1. He might as well just release all the documents to everybody then.


Seems like his "insurance policy" as Ive seen it called, is down the shitter.

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